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- Measure C.
Special Tax for Road Maintenance and Improvements
-- Cameron Estates Community Services District
(Parcel Tax Increase - 2/3 Approval Required)
55.63% Yes votes ......
44.37% No votes
- Shall a special tax be levied within the Cameron Estates Community Services District pursuant to Board Resolution No. 2010-03 for providing road improvements, upgrades, and maintenance according to the following schedule:
A. Residential property: an increase of $125.00 over the current assessment of $250.00 for a total amount of $375.00 per year per residential parcel?
B. Commercial property, described as parcels 109-111-14-100, 109-111-15-100, 109-111-16-100, 109-111-17-100 and 109-111-18-100: an amount of $1,125.00 per parcel per year?
- Measure E.
Updating the City's Business License Tax
-- City of South Lake Tahoe
(Local Ordinance - Majority Approval Required)
49.19% Yes votes ......
50.81% No votes
- Shall the ordinance that amends the methods for calculating certain business taxes in the City of South Lake Tahoe to increase locally controlled revenue for city services and operations + such as, police, fire, paramedics, snow removal, parks, and street repair + by reducing the percentage of taxes paid on gross revenues and increasing the not to exceed amount from $3,387 to $10,000 per calendar year, be adopted?
- Measure G.
Extend Purchase Authority Without Contract to Less Than $15,000
-- County of El Dorado
(Charter Amendment - Majority Approval Required)
48.83% Yes votes ......
51.17% No votes
- Shall Section 602 of the El Dorado County Charter, which currently requires the procurement of all services to be pursuant to a written contract, be amended to provide the Board of Supervisors with the authority to allow the procurement of services for less than $15,000.00 without the need for a written contract; provided, that the Board of Supervisors does so by ordinance which specifies alternate procedures for processing and documenting the purchases?
- Measure H.
Sales Tax Increase to Repay Wastewater Bonds and Improvements
-- City of Placerville
(Sales Tax Increase - 2/3 Approval Required)
75.01% Yes votes ......
24.99% No votes
- To help pay for the State-mandated Wastewater Plant upgrade debt and water and sewer line replacements, which would help reduce water and/or sewer rates in the City, shall the City of Placerville adopt an add-on sales tax (transactions and use tax) of one-quarter percent (.25%) for 30 years, with all proceeds going only to local water and/or wastewater debt service and water and/or wastewater construction projects, with annual oversight?
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